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He spins his words 
Into paper kites 

And I, like the tail. 
Cling to them. 

But the dav is calm 
And it's time 



For him to put down 

His toys and 
Tell me about tomorrow 

And all the 
Tomorrows to follow 

Xo more dreams. 



Xo more promises 

I must know before 
We leave this place 

I must know todav, 
This- minute. 

Because tomorrow is 
The first dav of 

The rest of mv life. 




IAL THOR UNKNOWN) 



We, the Senior Class of 1970, dedicate this yearbook to the memory 
of these Cohasset men who gave their lives in Vietnam while in the 
service of our country. 




JOHN P. LYON 

February, 1944— May, 1969 



CRAIG M. SIMEONE 

March, 1948— May, 1969 




ALLEN F. KEATING 

January, 1948 — October, 1969 



DENNIS J. REARDON 

January, 1945 — December, 1969 



ou would know the secret of death. 
But how shall you find it unless you seek 
it in the heart of life? 
The owl whose night-bound eyes are blind unto the day 

cannot unveil the mystery of light. 
If you would indeed behold the spirit of death, open 

your heart wide unto the body of life. 
For life and death are one, even as the river and 

the sea are one. 
In the depth of your hopes and desires lies your silent 

knowledge of the beyond ; 
And like seeds dreaming beneath the snow your 

heart dreams of spring. 
Trust the dreams, for in them is hidden the gate of 
eternity. 

Your fear of death is but the trembling of the 

shepherd when he stands before the 

King whose hand is to be laid upon him in honor. 
Is the shepherd not joyful beneath his trembling, 

that he should wear the mark of the king? 
Yet is he not more mindful of his trembling? 
For what is it to die but to stand naked in the wind 

and to melt into the sun ? 
And what is it to cease breathing, but to free 

the breath from its restless tides, that it may 

rise and expand and seek God unemcumbered ? 
Only when you drink from the river of silence 

shall you indeed sing. 
And when you have reached the mountain top, 

then you shall begin to climb. 
And when the earth shall claim your limbs, 

then shall you truly dance. 

— Kahlil Gibran 




N.H.S. 



S. Luckey — Pres. 

B. Thompson — VP 

M. Goodwin — Sec.-Treas. 

M. Pratt 

S. Spinzola 

L. Bloomfield 

S. Campbell 

L. Macklin 

B. Fielding 

P. Baccari 

D. Allen 

L. Hoopes 

D. Kay 

J. Lahage 

M. Golden 

M. Fox 



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MIXED CHORUS 



S. Marsh, C. Walsh, H. Aulick, S. Young, F. 
Sullivan, K. Maher, H. Carmody, R. Stauss, N. 
Libby, A. Madigan, L. Edminster, M. Pratt, J. 
Anderson, J. Walsh, S. Spinzola, S. Luckey, N. 
Chase, M. Goodwin, L. Tousley, N. Murray, M. 
Mahoney, C. Smullen, L. Rowe, T. Patrolia, C. 
Oliver, P. Joyce, R. Stamp, L. Goodrich, K. 
Oliver, E. Sullivan, M. Giffen, J. Gile, M. Cotter. 




J. Brown, J. Cooper, C. Curelli, J. Davis, D. Dolan, 
C. Tufts, D. Langford, C. Harrington, S. Joyce, R. 
Kurtz, M. Laugelle, D. McNulty, P. O'Brien, D. 
Shannon, C. Smith, M. Walls, B. Watson, J. White. 



SEVENTH 



GRADE 



R. Stuart, J. Bowditch, C. Chisholm, D. Patrolia, L. Humphreys, A. Kravette, 
L. Wilmore, J. Parker, M. Mullivan, S. Linsley, G. Zappolo. M. Fox. R. H«- 
can. 




W. Koed 
G. Lagrotteria 
L. Laugelle 
D. Martone 
J. McLaughlin 
K. Tyeryar 
D. Ainslie 
S. Bobo 
P. Bowen 
M. Brownell 
P. Cody 
S. Daniels 
M. Delaney 
P. Figueiredo 
S. Hanks 
L. Holt 
T. Infusino 




E. Lincoln 
S. McCloskey 
A. Haskell 
H. Jones 
D. Pottenger 
T. Tedeschi 
P. Trayers 
W. Burgess 
R. Gray 
C. Keating 



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C. Allen, A. Ansley, B. Aulick, D. Brundige, D. Coughlin, C. 
D'Onofrio, M. Flint, J. Hoy, B. Laney, R. Lang, C. Logan, C. 
Marks, J. Mailers, G. McCarthy, J. Smith 



K. Drake, P. Flynn, D. Geary, 
M. Hart, J. Hassan, P. Hobbs, 
M. Huntwork, S. Hurlbut, D. 
Jones, S. Linsley, J. Longo, 
J. MacDonald, C. Mahoney, 
J. Marcella, M. McCarthy, J. 
McGinnis, V. Najjar, K. 
Neer, J. Oltmann, R. Pape, 
D. Salvador, D. Sheehy 





R. Benson, E. Buckley, P. Tener, T. Cone, J. 
Conte, T. Cowan, M. Devin, J. DiTullio, J. 
Elliot, L. Murray, J. Nichols, P. Sigman, D. 
Silvia, G. St. John, D. Syrmopoulos, L. Towle. 




[. Abbruzzese, E. Bates, D. Bell, E. Boyer, B. Brewer, J. Catler, 
. Cline, P. Doggett, C. Grinnell, J. Hardy, B. Jackson, M. Libby, 
. Lincoln, J. McCarthy, S. O'Donnell, J. Prescott, C. Quilty. 



L. Badger, S. Boscow, M. Cowen, S. Day, M. Dunn, R. Evans, M. 
Granger, K. Hanlon, H. Harrington, S. Leggat, McKinnell, S. 
Ryan, M. Trask, S. Watrous. 



J. Antoine 
K. Cotter 
B. Fielding 
I. Gjesterby 
K. Healy 
A. Knight 
K. Kraft 





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B. Marsden 
S. Smith 
M. Laugelli 
L. Ritter 
A. Rowe 
S. Spalt 



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EIGHTH 
GRADE 



K. Farren, C. Foster, E. Joyce, M. Marcella, P. 
Mulligan, P. O'Rourke, V. Souther, K. Stud- 
ley, S. Thomas, L. Turner, H. Taylor. 





P. Antoine, P. Buckley, J. Buckley, S. 
Clark, M. Conlan, S. Dickson, S. Dunn, 
L. Emilson, K. Marten, K. Golden, A. 
Howe, J. Kern, E. Knight, B. Magee, F. 
McKinnon, B. O'Connell, R. Phippen, K. 
Schlachter, D. Smith, F. Vecchione, R. 
Wirth. 



P. Bartlett 
E. Block 

A. Chase 

W. Chisholm 

B. Figueiredo 
D. Hiltz 

J. Goodfellow 
P. Hanlon 
L. Luscombe 
M. McCloskey 
J. McDonald 
S. Pen singer 
M. Signorelli 
M. Trask 
K. White 
S. Kelley 



M. Bailey 
J. Barlow 
J. Basmajian 
W. Bell 
G. Campbell 
J. Dooley 
D. Douglas 
W. Gaines 
G. Giuliano 
P. Grimes 
W. Lyons 
J. Quilty 
A. Rizzo 

D. Sorrentino 

E. Tewksbury 




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J. Brewer, A. Cifrino, K. Collins, T. England, K. Fielding, M. Lynch, 5. 
Macklin, D. Power, P. Rooney, M. Trettis, R. Yocum. 



P. Ahearn, M. Benedict, L. Burke, R. Butterwick, 
P. Carmody, P. Fraser, J. Coddou, S. Davis, M/ 
DeGiacomo, J. Dolan, L. Fesler, A. Glin, C. Hart, 
M. Hobbs. 
M. Hobbs 




R. Green, P. Gurnis, G. Hoffman, L. Holt, C. Kline, W. Livingstone, S. McArthur, K. McNeil, D. Nardo, M. O'Connell, H. Parker, 
P. Pearce, C. Pearson, N. Pegram, R. Ryan, D. Sargent, P. Frazier, B. Skyler, E. Spalt, R. Taylor, L. Tener, S. Thayer, M. Walsh, 
T. Watson, C. Winn. 



FROM AUGUST 25 




COHASSET 
SKIPPERS 
FOOTBALL 

1969 



"Water, water everywhere, but . . . 





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'The Burns. 




STARTING OFFENSE 




First Row: (l-r) M. Maher, D. Quigley, J. Cifrino, S. Henry, P. Baccari, P. Perroncello, E. Trayers, R. Green, Second Row: Coach Al- 
meida, S. Anderson, W. Judd, V. Sestito, T. Gaines, P. Bilodeau, B. Keating, R. Carter, Coach MacDermott, Third Row: Coach Walsh, 
J. Greene, D. Keefe, C. Conlon, F. Broderick, R. Sohier, S. Yates, F. Sullivan, Coach Chatterfftn. 



STARTING DEFENSE 




TO THANKSGIVING 1969 




The Last Time. 





Coach and co-captain, Paul. 



About to buy 77 yards of real estate. 



TURKEY' 
DAY 






Dig it, out. 



Cohasset 3, Foxboro — zip! Skippers come 
from behind and catch Dragons. Skippers 
whale Westies! ... World-beaters! "Let's 
have it here — Pride! Push it! Clean em 
up!" Double sessions (rest and recreation) 
to turkey day (steak and eggs). What a 
way to spend a Homecoming! Happiness 
is Thurs. afternoon 5:45 ... Victory pa- 
rades to Hull ... 6 in. taller . . . time 
and effort . . . cigars in Marshfield. We're 
a team ! ! 




RAY' 




Megan Lynch — President 




CROSS 
COUNTRY 




Ken 








F-B: R. Thompson, R. Walls, R. Cotter, (Capt ), T. OConnell, L. Martin, 
B. Karoff, D. Allen, T. Barrie, K. Winston, R. Bosco, M. Cotter, R. Wat- 
kins. Missing: R. Tosi, S. Smith, L. Fox. 





Mike 



1969 SEASON 

Sacred Heart 38 Cohasset 

West Bridgewater 



Bob 



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28 Cohasset 27 

Marshfield 21 Cohasset 41 

Duxbury 34 Cohasset 24 

Hanover 20 Cohasset 41 

Avon 24 Cohasset 33 

Norwell 24 Cohasset 35 

Holbrook 21 Cohasset 40 

East Bridgewater ... 32 Cohasset 24 

Apponequet 20 Cohasset 43 




Burn- 



Climb every mountain. 




FIELD HOCKEY 



Front Row: N. Bilodeau, H. Knowles, R. McKinnell, P. Gile (co-capt.), G. Martin (co-capt.), J. Figueiredo, T. t>rescott, 
A. Enos, Second Row: S. Roy, B. Goodfellow, S. Healey, K. Tewksbury, J. Cline, D. Williams, S. Souther, J. Hall, C. 
Walls, D. Dupre. 



The Girls Field Hockey team had an excellent season losing 
only one game to league leading Duxbury. Under the excellent 
coaching of Miss Babaian and fine jobs by the co-captains Pat 
Hall and Kim Martin, the team managed to have an outstanding 
season, and end up the year with a 2-1 victory over the men's 
faculty. 




We'll get you next year!' 



We did it again !" 




Class officers: S. Madigan (treas.), B. 
Kehoe (sec). P- Pratt (pres.), R. Sawyer 
(vice-pres.) 



4 



11 



D. Ainslie, F. Sullivan, S. Winchester, C. Francis, J. Sargent. F. Higgins, J. Mc- 
Closkey, G. Towle, R. Wilmore, K. Gaines, J. Jason, S. Kelley, D. Cogill, F. Isabelle 




B. Hill, R. Sawyer, S. Tibbetts, R. Londergan, D. 
Karoff, W. Lord. R Watkins, K Tewksbury, T. 
Barrie, E. Viola, A. Enos, J. Duncan, R. Boscow, 
K. Rose 



FRESHMEN 



D. Dupre, P. Pattyson, W. Signorelli, B. Prendergast, D. Basmajian, P. 
Pratt, B. O'Donnell, J. Topper, S. Pipenbrink, C. DeSr.ntis, M. O'Hayre, 
D. Thompson, M. Haskell, G. Thomas, J. Patterson, N. Young, L. Thayer, M. 
Kjer, T. Prescott, J. Walsh, F. Thompson,' M. O'Brien. 



, 7 




44 



K. Rever, G. Saldi, J. Churchill, W. Patrolia, R. Gjest- 
erby; J. Roberts, J. Fisher, S. Madigan, D. Jones, L. 
Ahearn, D. Cifrino, D. Nast. 





S. Blair, R. McKinnell, C. Berens, V. Deal, J. Donze, K. 

Fitzpatrick, B. Hill, K. Kelley, D. Burbridge, A. Cifrino, 

B. Kiley, J. Figueiredo, B. Muir, J. Cline, K. Linsley, L. 
Kraft, M. Pearce. 



>. Keefe, S. Spinzola, N. Plank, J. Wilson, D. Hoffman, M. Jor- 
lan, S. Cone, R. Patrolia, C. Hanks, A. Woods, A. MacLure, D. 
-lowarth. 



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N. Bowen, S. Fernald, Z. Harrington, C. Infusino, B. Kehoe, J. 
Kurtz, S. MacDonald, A. Mack, P. McCarthy, H. Munro, L. Nick- 
erson, E. O'Connell, E. Sullivan, M. Tufts. 






ALMOST EVERYTHING 

Just last night I had a dream 
About World War III 
And Bob Dylan and his psychiatrist 
And my Mom and Dad and brothers 
and sisters 

And all of you guys and Twiggy 

And McGeorge Bundy and Nasser 

And fughead and Spiro 

and spear guns and bur b guns 

and babies and old friends 

and lizards and M & M's 

and goulash and golashcs 

and snow and muddy waters 

and ecology and dope 

and naked girls and Knute Rockne 

and Paul McCartney and as a 

matter of fact, about everybody 

and everything 

except me 

I wonder where I could have been 
I must have been off somewhere 
sleeping . . . 

— Thomas Peterson 



'The Editors" 



DEBATING CLUB 




1968-69 SOUTHEASTERN MASS. LEAGUE 

CHAMPIONS 




Class officers: 

J. Florescu (vice-pres.) 

V. Pratt (sec.) 

D. Keefe (pres.) 

R. Walls (treas.) 



SOPHOMORES 



D. Wright 
R. Protulis 

D. Williams 
R. Seeley 

J. Francis 

E. Perroncello 
R. Rosano 

L. Siegrist 
J. Stoughton 
R. Drake 



J. Florescu 
J. Fox 
P. Gile 
J. Cody 
S. Harris 
F. Gilman 
P. Kelleher 
C. Macklin 
L. Edminster 
F. Huntwork 




L. Marten 
N. Coletti 

B. McLaughlin 
K. Bailey 

W. Dini 
L. Marten 
T. Green 

C. Conlan 
K. Bowker 
C. Walls 
W. March 
E. Barlow 

L. Bjorkluncl 
J. Congdon 
J. Mcginnis 
N. Bilodeau 
P. Donovan 



W. Dini, E. Davis, J. Figueiredo, D. Kurtz, K. Maher, D. Marks, 
D. Mello, V. Pratt, S. Rhodes, R. Rosano, R. Furcolo. 



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K. Bailey, D. Block, D. Brownell, K. Coleman, N. Co- 
letti, K. Buckley, C. Emilson, R. Fernalld, J. Fiori, P. 
Joyce, D. Kent, H. Knowles, R. Martone, F. Moore, K. 
Prendergast, R. Risso, S. Sadler, D. Stover, M. Vecchione, 
A. Washburn, T. Anderson. 



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S. Anderson, S. Beny, A. Boyt, 
S. Brundige, B. Buckley, D. 
Dooley, L. Oltmann, R. Drake, 
S. Roy, M. Topper, R. Walls, 
S. Yake, M. Young, T. Ander- 
son. 



B. Goodfellow, D. Basmajian, L. 
Catler, M. Cifrino, D. Jackson, 
D. Downes, C. Emilson, J. Hall, 
P. Lehr, M. Rappe, T. Gaines, 
N. Libby, A. Madigan, G. Mar- 
tin, H. Ray, S. Rowe, A. Small, 
M. Turner, A. Studley. 



COHASSETS' BASKETBALL PROGRAM 




STVflT SHOtSNOTJ 
ON OVM FLO 



If 




L /o R.- Coach Campbell, A. Buckley, M. McCarthy, M. Walls, P. Hobbs, D. McNulty, R. Steele, 
R. Kurtz, E. Bates, P. Rooney. 



SEVENTH 
GRADE 




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Kneeling: R. Higgins, J. Wilson, B. Signorelli, E. Sorrentino, B. O'Donnell, T. 
Calorio, S. Hubbell, G. McCarthy. Standing: Coach Hogan, R. Watkins, J. Pratt, 
S. Deele, R. Sawyer, D. Infusino, J. Sargent, J. Badger, J. Roberts. 



JUNIOR VARSITY 




1 1 it 



S 
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M 



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Kneeling: D. Dodex, M. Topper, R. Walls, P. Field, D. Saldi. Standing: Coach Shultz, C. Jorden, 
P. Laugelle, T. Farrell, J. Higgins, J. Fox, S. Anderson, B. Buckley, J. Fiori. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



VARSITY 




Firs: Row: M. Aheam, K. Martin, S. Grayken, P. Hall. Second Row: C. Walls, D. Block, P. Ballerino. 
Third Row: M. Healy, L. Spalt, J. Anderson. 



JUNIOR VARSITY 




First Row: J. Congdon, J. Hall. Second Row: K. Haskell, K. Tewksbury, M. Lynch, G. Martin. Third 
Row: K. Coleman, J. Kurtz, B. Faber, K. Linsley, J. Topper. Fourth Row: D. Williams, K. McCarthy, 
J. Cline, H. Monroe, D. Johnson. 



HIGHLIGHTS 




STUDENT CONCERN 
COMMITTEE 




All concerned students 



"There's something happenin here 
What it is ain't exactly clear. 
There's battle lines being drawn 
Nobody's right if everybody s wrong. 
Young people speak in their minds 
Gettin so much resistance from behind. 
lt'< time ice stop, children, 
What's that sound? 
Everybody look what's goin down." 

— The Buffalo Springfield 



CURRENT EVENTS CLUB 




Class officers: 
left to right: 
M. Golden 

(vice-pres.) 
N. Antoine (sec.) 
C. Williams 

(treas.) 
J. Dusossoit 

(pres.) (seated) 



JUNIORS 



C. Jordan, M. Koed, S. Mack, J. McLaughlin, T Hanlon, N. Rose, S. 
March, H. Rautiala, B. Hunt 




C. Williams, B. Joseph, J. Topper, R. Patrolia, S. 
Sullivan, G. Bilodeau. C. Turner, R. Sargent, P. 
Ballerino, N. Antoine 





D. Gordon, T. Sinopoli, D. Saldi, E. Pearson, N. Wood, 
P. Devin, R. Ritter, E. Buckley, P. Rose, L. Pattyson, K. 
Wheeler, R. White 




S. McLean, R. Livingstone, K. Rhodes, R. Goff. J. Lahage, R. Goodinc 
J. Najjar, J. Hunt, M. Prendergast, C. Nast, W. Judd, L. McDonald 






GOLF 




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Sheila 



SOFTBALL 





Mm S 



Beth 



Front row: J. Anderson, H. Knowles, S. Campbell, P. Gile, K. Coleman, K. Cole- 
man. Second row: S. Sullivan, B. Ahearn, J. Lahage, D. Block. Third row: C. Devin, 
S. Souther, D. Devin. 






Jeanne 



Trisha 



Cathy 



CHS 14 

CHS 5 

CHS 7 

CHS 11 

CHS 45 



Hanover 11 

Marshfield 22 

Easties 6 

Holbrook 6 

Avon 17 



CHS 15 

CHS 20 

CHS 9 

CHS 15 

CHS 15 



Hull 10 

Westies 11 

Norwell 16 

Duxbury 17 

Apponequet 16 



Coaches: Miss Babaian 
Mrs. White 



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SKIPPERS' BASEBALL 1970 




L to R, First Row: J. Fiori, B. Keating (co-capt.), Coach Collins, P. Barcari (co-capt.), G. Buckley. Second Row: F. Gilman, V. Sestito, J. 
Higgins, M. Maher, B. Walls. Third Row: D. Saldi, C. Fink, J. Varela, F. Broderick. 



GIRLS' TENNIS 




Front Row: J. Hall, N. Chase, A. Small. Second Row: J. Stough- 
ton, G. Martin, B. Keefe, S. Luckey. 




Susan 



CHS 5 

CHS 5 

CHS 6 

CHS 6 

CHS 6 

CHS 7 



Duxbury 1 

Easties 

Norwell I 

Marshfield 1 

Hanover 

Hanover 



CHS 7 

CHS 7 

CHS 5 

CHS 5 

CHS 7 



Marshfield 

Apponcquet 

Duxbury 2 

Easties 

Norwell 2 



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BOYS' TENNIS 






Coach Davis 
(Fudge Factor) 



SKIPPERS' TRACK 

1970 




L to R, First Row: K. Buckley, R. Thompson, S. Anderson, F. Libby, M. Cotter. Second Row: D. Keefe, C. Plank, B. Hunt, J. Fox. 



SOUTH SHORE 
TRACK LEAGUE 
CHAMPIONS 

1968 

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LEAGUE DIVISION 
II CHAMPS 

1969 




VIRGINIA LEE AJAM 

"Ginny" 

likes "I'm a man" by CTA, scrobe lights, rain dislikes eggs, authority, 

west wing conference room . . . ambition: to own a motorcycle and laugh 
quietly . . . usually heard saying "I can't, I'm grounded, Tee Hee." . . . noted 
for truancy, Janice Joplin hair . . . remembers most Pookie, my next door neigh- 
bor, the pool. 



MARIBETH AHEARN 

"Beth" 

likes all sports, gym class, people with smiles . . . dislikes French, Miss 
Babaian's checking showers, hot stuffy locker rooms . . . her ambition is to 
teach Phys. Ed. ... usually says "Yuh, sure" . . . noted for carrying the 
donuts . . . remembers most what Mr. C. said about the other Mr. C, physics 
class across the hall from Mr. "C." 

Field Hockey 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Softball 1-4; Marshal 3, 4 (co-capt.); Fu- 
ture Teachers 1-4; Band 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Modern Dance 1, 2; Powder- 
puff 3, 4 (co-capt.) 

JEANNE KAREN ANDERSON 
"Jeanne" 

likes J. D. H., Deer Hill, winning a game, spirit . . . dislikes running laps, 
shoes, smell of gas . . . my ambition is to get through each day alive . . . 
says "Huh Joe?" . . . remembers most November 2, 1968, "Santa Lucia" on 
3-A, being a football widow . . . noted for nagging. 
Rousers 1-4 (pres.); AFS 1-3, 4 (sec); Future Teachers 
Activities 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4 
Troll 3; Field Hockey 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Softball 1-4; 
Marshal 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 



1, 2, (v. p.); Class 
Modern Dance «1; 
Class Treasurer 4; 




FLOYD GRESHAM ANSLEY 

"Floyd" 

likes the South, most people, little work, Robert E. Lee ... dislikes carpet- 
baggers, snow, ravers . . . ambition: to go to Czechoslovakia and win their 
independence . . . usually says "I reckon" . . . noted for raving. . . . remem- 
bers Curtis, Brewster Rd. parties, C. H., Hingham girls, CHS dances. 
Basketball 3. Transfer stude/it. 




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DAVID WILLIAM ALLEN 

"Dave" 

likes Friday afternoons, NSH, being a senior, lunchtime . . . dislikes giving likes 
and dislikes, Monday mornings, homework . . . ambition: to have an ambition 
. . . remembers most smelling ammonia in Mr. Campbell's chemistry class. 
Current Events 1-4; Cross Country 4. 




MARYLIN HUSE ALLEN 

"Lynni" 

likes HOJO's, light shows, open-minded people . . . dislikes losing people, 
roach .hours, holding back feelings ... ambition is to be able to forget the 
things that aren't worth it . . . usually says "forget it" . . . noted for orange 
Mustang . . . remembers Highlight of the summer, five corners. 
Cheerleading 1, 2; Troll 3, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4; Chorus 1-4; SEMSBA 3 




PAUL LAWRENCE BACCARI 
"Duck" 

likes Porsche and Ferrari, Lokie's pizza, Saturday nights after winning a game 
. . . dislikes Weasel's raving, hippies, Marshfield . . . ambition is to own a 
Ferrari . . . usually heard saying "Good, Drew, good" . . . noted for "Beam- 
lock" by Buckley . . . remembers Thayer after prom '69, Lester and the Super- 
bug, Almeida's Army. 

Football 1-4 (co-capt.); Basketball 1-4; Baseball 1-4; Student Council 2, 3; 
AFS 3, 4; Language Lab 3; A.V. 4. 



HANNELORE AULICK 

"Hannelore" 

likes horses, cars, boys with long hair . . . dislikes some teachers, school hours 
. . . ambition: to travel all over the world and live in either N.Y. or L.A. . . . 
usually says "What has been going on in here?" . . . noted for following trouble 
around . . . remembers the girls' room. 
Library 2-4; Future Teachers 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1-4. 




JEFFREY CARL BARRIE 
"Jeff 

likes skiing, Saturday nights, N.H., Hockey, Hendrix . . . dislikes Monday 
mornings, staying after, narrow-minded people . . . his ambition is to be happy 
and well-off in life . . . usually says "Can't win 'em all" . . . noted for certain 
things . . . remembers Mr. McDermott, C.W., weekend at Brown. 
Band 1; Hockey 1-4; Baseball 2-4; AFS 2; French Club 4. 







CAROL ANN BARTLETT 

"C. T." 

likes babysitting for Mr. C's children, parties at the Cape, "The Emergency Exit" 
. . . dislikes Iowas, French, R.H. . . . ambition: to teach math; get married . . . 
usually says "Ya, right or cool it" . . . noted for red hair and freckles . . . 
remembers most New Year's Eve '68, Innsbruck, Fritz, Tony, Junior Class Dance. 
Rousers 1-4; Powderpuff 3, 4 (co-capt.) 



HANS FREDERICK BOWKER 

"Hans" 

likes one blue bomb, Sally, his ambition is to own a BMW 500 — Polaris blue 
. . . remembers most Barnstable cops, beach parties. 
Outing Club 2, 3 (pres.) 




LINCOLN PALMER BLOOM FIELD JR. 

"Line" 

likes E.E., roastbeef, St. Council crises . . . dislikes haircuts, Stepping Stones, 
Memorial Day . . . ambition: to dig up Mary Jo Kopechne . . . usually says 
"Well, look, face it" . . . noted for pushing his hair out of his face in assem- 
blies . . . remembers meeting the real Mike Bloomfield. 

Football 1; Tennis 1-4; Basketball 1; Track 2; Soccer 4; Debating 1-3; Band 
1-4; Current Events 2; SEMSBA 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4 (Pres.); Dance Band 
2, 3; National Honor Society 3,4. 

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PAUL THOMAS BILODEAU 

"Old" 

likes raving, fast cars, girls, beach . . . dislikes snobby girls, boring classes, dull 
nights . . . ambition: to be successful in whatever I do ... uually says "Let's 
go !" ... noted for trips to College Pond, Pancake House . . . remembers most 
double sessions, Almeida's Army. 

Transfer student 1969; Football 1, 4 .Basketball 1, 4; Baseball 4; Spanish Club 4. 



BARBARA BATES 
"Barbara" 

likes Chinese food, Fridays, football games . . . dislikes getting up for school, 
false people . . . ambition: to be a success at anything I try ... usually heard 
saying "I could really care! OK, fine." 
Field Hockey 1, 2; Tennis 2; Powderpuff 4. 




GERARD ANTHONY BUCKLEY 

"Jaime" 

likes money, Lokie's, raving . . . dislikes hippies, Hingham & Rockland police, 
HOJO's . . . noted for skunk socks, truck. "Beamlock" . . . usually says "On your 
way out, Disgrace" . . . ambition: to get to the missionary . . . remembers most 
Hanover '69- 

Basketball 1-4 (mgr.); Baseball 1-4 (mgr.); Marshal 4; Current Events Club 1, 
3, 4; Yearbook 4. 





MARYADELE BURKE 

"Mae" 

likes A.W.H., hockey games, figure skating, B.C. . . . dislikes being on diets in 
the summer, conceited people, losing . . . ambition: to become a professional 
figure skater and a nurse . . . usually says "Yea, right, whippen' by" . . . noted 
for skating, perfume, smiling . . . remembers most trip to Austria, Nantasket 
Beach, travels with Joan. 

Activities Committee 1-4; Cheerleading 1-4 (capt.); AFS 1-4; Marshal 4; 
Rousers 1-4; Future Teachers 1, 2; French Club 4; Yearbook 4; Powderpuff 3. 

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HUDSON FREDERICK CARMODY 
"Hud" 

likes beating Hull, winning, weekends girls di«1i1r M Tka-L. ■ ■ 

of '68, Mondays, snobby people ambition.' tn u a Tha , nks « lvln g «Me 



SHEILA HOOD CAMPBELL 

"Marsha" 

Skefilrs'in"^^ ° atmea1 ' Skiing ' the ° Cean > ora "8 e iuice, walking 
aisiiKes nairs in food, pressure usuallv UM "tw^i i i . £ 

SrSrJr* - 



JAMES PAUL CIFRINO 
"Jimmy" 

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DENNIS EDWARD CONNORS 

"Dennis" 

likes photography, sand dunes, soccer, long days classical euitar hi. 

eC 'the'ag ^o? ^™™>ff*°W&r and' to ^e.^ld ' ^"worid 
thought of ^ re ,h«„ 23'«nS °" Ce 3 Wh ' le fememberS m ° St ™y 

Photography Clu^ 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Folk Music Club 3, 4; Soccer 4. 



MICHAEL JOHN CASEY 

"Mike" 

ikes summers, weekends, cars . . . dislikes anything to do with school . . 
lis ambition is to graduate from CHS . . . usually heard saying "Who art 
you kidding?" ... noted for blue and white firebird ... remembers most 
Pancake House, NSH. 
Football 1, 2; Hockey 1. 





NANCY DANA CHASE 

"Nance" 

likes getting mail, winning, G. & F. ... dislikes cheap chatter, losing at any- 
thing . . . ambition: to rid myself of Cohasset and become free; nursing . . . 
usually says "Bad news, it ain't my bag!" . . . noted for tennis, backing up 
into ditches . . . remembers most making the decision to cut my hair, Mr. 
C."s new "white" coat; P.S.T. ! 

Rousers 2, 3; AFS 2-4; Future Teachers 2, 3 (sec.-treas.), 4; (pres.); Modern 
Dance 1, 2 (pres.); French Club 2-4; Marshal 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1-3; Field 
Hockey 2-4; Tennis 1-4; Powderpuff 3; Yearbook 4. 

RICHARD J. COTTER 

"Doc" 

likes to be called Rich instead of Mike, Fridays, HOJO - s . . . dislikes being 
a twin, most senior girls, England, C.T. . . . ambition: to find a beautiful 
person, settle down, and get divorced . . . usually saying "No, I'm Rich" . . . 
noted for being a twin . . . remembers Black Rock, summer of '68, 14-14, 
Mr. Mac. 

Track 2-4; Cross Country 3, 4 (capt.); Student Council 4 (v. p.); Rousers 
2-4; Debating 2; High-Times 2, 3; Activities Committee 2-4; Transfer student 
1967. 



MICHAEL JAMES COTTER 

"Mike" 

likes being a twin, track, B.C. ... dislikes Cohasset snobs, spiritless people, 
hippie-haters, wigs . . . ambition to be Homecoming Queen . . . noted for 
HOJO's, being mistaken for Rich . . . remembers summer of '68, red Ferrari, 
white Chevy, Santa's bag. 

Debating 1, 2; Troll 2, 3; Rousers 1-4; AFS 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Track 
3, 4; Student Council 4; Marshal 4; Yearbook Editor 4; Transfer student 1967. 




CYNTHIA ANN DAVIS 

"Cindy" 

likes parties, surprises, Maine, dances . . . dislikes first period gym, egoists, 
anything to do with math . . ..her ambition is to remember all the great times 
spent during her high school years . . . usually says "You won't believe what I 
just heard" . . . noted for clutter . . . remembers most ski weekends, Prom '68, 
July 4th. 

Rousers 2-4; French Club 3, 4; Future .Teachers 1, 2; Activities Committee 3, 4. 





MICHAEL JOSEPH DELANEY 

"Newt" 

likes weekends, VWs, football, Rockey . . . dislikes car radios that don't work, 
white socks, French . . . ambition: to be a successful engineer . . . usually says 
"Who cares?" . . . noted for the little red VW . . . remembers most the Cape, 
summer of '68, a certain Friday night at the C.P.S. 
Football 1, 2; Hockey 1, 4; Troll 3; Student Council 1-3. 




PAUL ANTHONY FIORI 

"Fleo" 

likes Chinese food, cars, doing nothing, R.V.G.B.S.B. ... dislikes school, 
sprained ankles, weekends . . . ambition: to read Randy Feola's book of poems 
... usually heard saying "What's the arrangement this weekend?" ... noted 
for snowbanks . . . remembers most losing his license, Jim in the sewer, Fred's 
Gulf. 



ELIZABETH ANN FIELDING 

"Betty" 

likes snow, watermelon seeds, Hair, Colorado . . dislikes indecisiveness, shoes 
. . . ambition: to hear Mr. Collins sing "I wish I was a gingerbread boy." . . . 
usually says "Nobody in this class ever says anything." . . . noted for practicing 
the flute at 2:00 a.m., Nigel Peacock, my roommate and me . . . remembers a 
certain District Festival. 

Softball 1; Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1; JCL 1, 2; Troll 3, 4 (Poetry Ed.); 
Debating 3; Modern Dance 1; Band 1-4; SEMSBA 1-3; District 2-4; Outing 
Club 3. 4; Current Events 2, 3 (Treas.). 

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JOHN HENDRIK EMMERICH 
"Jack- 
likes skiing, tennis, brunettes . . . dislikes screaming little kids, grade-conscious , 
teachers, blondes . . . ambition: to be an architect and ski instructor . . . noted 
for being a flirt . . . remembers most California and Colorado. 
Baseball 4; Tennis 3; Marshal 4; Student Activities 4; Basketball 3, 4; Transfer 
student 196S 



CATHLEEN MARGARET DEVIN 

"Cathy" 

likes turkey, blue eyes, driving, Nantasket . . . dislikes lunches, being sick, 
homework . . . ambition is to make it on my own someday . . . usually heard 
saying "Unreal" . . . noted for walking to Black Rock Beach with the Great Dane 
. . . remembers most Mr. Federico's Spanish II class, Dec. 26, 1968, Mr. Cs 
raving. 

Field Hockey 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Rousers 1, 2; Softball 1, 2, 3 (manager), 4; 
Activities Committee 4; Art Club 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Powderpuff 3, 4. 



NICHOLAS ALEXANDER FLORESCU 
"Nick- 
likes Viki, thunderstorms, Dracula, the Whites . . . dislikes gossip, being with- 
out blonde hair, blue eyes . . . ambitions: travel, excitement . . . usually says 
"Cut it out" . . . noted for long hair, strange accent . . . remembers November 
29, 1968, Assumption Prep. Victory. 

Basketball 1, 2, 4; Tennis 1, 3, 4; Marshal 4; Soccer 4; Activities Committee 4; 
Transfer student 1968. 





JOHN LOCKHART GILE 

"Amos" 

likes little buddy, Mitch, travel . . . dislikes losing, poached eggs, thinking of 
dislikes . . . ambition is to make a million before I graduate . . . usually says 
"Hi, Ralph. What's new?" . . . noted for slapshots, selling stationery ... re- 
members most Mr. Davis, Libby's hole in one, Newport at 3:00 a.m. 
Football 1, 2; Hockey 1-4; High Times 3; Tennis 1-4; Marshal 4; AFS Finalist 
1969. 



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SUSAN MARIE GRAYKEN 

"Sue" 

likes my brother, teachers' conventions, long weekends, semiformals . . . dislikes 
smell and feel of Rightguard, being carsick . . . ambition: to have an ambition. 
... usually heard saying "Good morning! Have a good day!" ... noted for 
messing up announcements . . . remembers most trip to Austria, Basketball, Miss 
Babaian, Nov. 1st. 

Rousers 1-3; Future Teachers 1, 2; Modern Dance 1, 2; AFS Club 2-4; Basket- 
ball 1-4; Field Hockey 1-4; Softball 1, 2, 4; Student Council 4 (treas.); Powder- 
puff 3, 4. 




MYRA FAIRBANK GOODWIN 

"Molly- 
likes SUMMER!, Bobby Orr, Rome ... dislikes 6:40 a.m., making decisions, 
shoes . . . usually says "I'm really not quiet" . . . noted for being late, long hair 
and short skirts, my crazy household, being a hockey nut . . . remembers most 
Mattapoisett, Oct. 25, 1969, good times with EMO, Mr. Cohen's evil eye, back- 
ing into F.N.'s car, The Big Four. 

AFS Club 1-4; Rousers 1, 2; Modern Dance 2; Glee Club 3; Chorus 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 3; Powderpuff 3, 4; Student Activities Bureau 3, 4; NHS 3, 4 (sec- 
treas.). 




MICHAEL HALL GRIMES 

"Mike" 

likes motorcycles, Leslie, happiness . . . dislikes slow bikes, "little" girls, sad- 
ness . . . ambition: to see our world, make more people smile . . . usually says 
"Hey, Richie, let's split" . . . noted for eyes . . . remembers most long school 
days, slow bike, Leslie's superlove, pretty smiles. 
Student Social Action Committee 4. 





RICHARD THOMSON GRINNELL 
"Dick" 



DONNA JANE GREEN 
"Donna" 

likes Rod McKuen, art, the beach and Chuck . . . dislikes long summers, cold 
people, being lonely . . . ambition: to find the truth and be happy . . . usually 
heard saying "What sa matter?" . . . noted for artistic abilky and misspelling 
. . . remembers most Mr. Lucas, doing show cases with Jan. 
Field Hockey 1, 2; Softball 1-4; Spanish Club 4; Art Club 1-3; Troll 3, 4. 





ROBERT MICHAEL GREEN 

"Bob" 

likes weekends, friendly people . . . dislikes doing nothing, arguments . . . 
ambition: to make it through college . . . usually heard saying "ya" . . . noted for 
nose job . . . remembers most Hockey games, double session. 
Football 2-4. 



CLAUS ERNST GUGGENBERGER 
"Claus" 

likes myself, Tweeties and everybody, stupid rules, bear(d)s . . . dislikes tests, 
school spirit, football, flags, American beverages . . . ambition is to overthrow 
Willy Brandt . . . usually says "Stupid, I don't know, shut up, typical American." 
. . . noted for German accent . . . remembers most not the names of people. 
Soccer 4;.AFS Exchange Student from Germany. 



RICHARD TODD GRISDALE 

"Toad" 

likes falling asleep in the back row of the language lab and not being awakened 
. . . dislikes the organized chaos of class meetings . . . ambition: to be a weath- 
erman, to get a right answer on the computers . . . usually says "May peace be 
with you child" . . . noted for peace signs, fluffy sideburns . . . remembers most 
Big Bear on water tank, Joe McGrath's pro-Nixon speech. 
Current Events 3, 4; Human Concerns Club 1-4; Language lab 4. 




PETER S. GUILFOYLE 

"Pete" 

likes fun, cars, music, FM radio, electronic circuits . . . dislikes "Chessman," 
authority, police . . . ambition: to buy a B-3 and a 440, 4 speed Plymouth 
Barracuda usually says "Anything left?" ... remembers Senior Class Pic- 
nic, school lunches, EE, the morning after the weekend before. 
Football 2; Debating 2-4. 






GEORGE MICHAEL KELAKOS HABERSTROH 

"George" 

likes Emergency Exit, Steve Stills, Rawhide, C.F. Martin's salad, 
E.H., people to talk to, sports, dressing comfortably (Festival), 
singing, Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young . 
fakes, "oh, wow!" "Flying roach," "strange," Teepee, Bozo. 
Basketball 1-4; Tennis 2-4; Soccer 4; Art Club 1. 



long hair, 
thinking, 
dislikes 



LUCIE DENISE HENDERSON 

"Lu" 

likes sunshine, U of Mass, Jethro Tull, anything different, my friends . . . 
dislikes unfriendly people, "small town gossip" . . . ambition is to be free 
from the inhibitions of society . . . usually heard laughing ... noted for 
height . . . remembers most M-day, a few weekends, sunrise, capsizing Sweet- 
ie's Thing. 

Glee Club 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2; Photo Club 3, 4; Future Teachers 1, 2; Rousers 
2, 3; Activities Committee 3, 4; Modern Dance 3- 



MAUREEN FRANCIS HEALY 

"Maureen" 

likes lunch!, swimming, art, my duck, basketball, vacations, sand ... dislikes 
endings . . . ambition: to figure out just what I want to do . . . usually heard 
saying "Oh-h . . . takes all kinds, I guess" . . . noted for eating, bringing 
unlabeled brown bottles to lunch . . . remembers my summer jobs?, haircut, 

senior lounge? 

Basketball 1-4; Spanish Club 4 (sec); Glee Club 1; Rousers 4; Powderpuff 

3, 4. 

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JOE DICKERSON HAGAN 

"Joe" 

likes J.A., Sundays, staying in bed all day, movies . . . 
dislikes Monday afternoon football films, blisters, head- 
aches, filling out college applications, speaking French 
. . . ambition is to be satisfied with life in all ways . . . 
usually says "ya know" . . . noted for concussions . . . 
remembers most 11/2/68; double sessions, football. 
Football 1-3, 4 (co-capt.); Track 1, 2; Basketball 1; 
Marshall 3, 4; Activities Committee 3, 4; Yearbook 4; 
Class Vice-President 4; Student Council 4. 

RICHARD SCOTT HENRY 

"Scott" 

likes winning F.B. games, 302 mustangs, Hingham girls, 
last period study, reading . . . dislikes tie football games, 
double sessions, room 200, bad raving . . . ambition: to 
escape from Hong Kong . . . usually says "Me?? What 
about you?" ... noted for ability to talk my way out of 
anything . . . remembers most Old Silver Beach, skipping 
school with Greena and Jack. 

Football 1-4; Track 1-3; Band 1-4; Current Events 1, 2; 
Drama Club 2, 3- 




PATRICIA ANNE HALL 

"Trisha" 

likes sports, Joan Baez, hockey players . . . dislikes getting 
up at 7:00, walking to school, sitting home, milk ... 
ambition: to get A's in school, to get my license . . . 
usually heard saying "Hey, coach!" ... noted for going 
out on weekends, spraining the ankle . . . remembers most 
"5 Corners", "the orange", Chemistry class, SSH. 
Field Hockey 1-3, 4 (capt.); Basketball 1-4; Softball 1-4; 
Rousers 1, 2; Future Teachers 1, 2; Powderpuff 3, 4. 





CAROL ANN HERNAN 

"Carol" 



likes Volkswagens, long hair, M. J. B., going places, open- 
minded people, movies . . . dislikes gawks, people who 
get involved in other people's business, dressing up, hypo- 
crites . . . ambition: to accomplish something . . . usually 
says "Wicked, really??" ... noted for being a Beech- 
wooder . . . remembers most long classes. 



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DIANE JEAN HIGGINS 
"Higgi" 

likes summer, sunrise, peanut butter sandwiches, flying kites, "Jump!" . . . dis- 
likes Woolwich spiders, short hair, certain people's ranks . . . ambition: to drive 
in the drags . . . usually heard saying "What?" "Alright" . . . noted for driving 
"abilities" . . . remembers most the summer & fall of '68, playing psychedelic 
with S.C., Sandy Beach, CHS dances, the Shop & Dave. 
Powderpuff 3, 4; Basketball 2. 



LINDA ANN HERZOG 

"Lin" 

likes people, red hair, freckles, Bung, football, mail, sweaters . . . dislikes tele- 
vision, phonies, Monday's . . . ambition: to leave the world a little bit better . . . 
noted for smiling . . . remembers most Country Club, Long Island. 
Transfer student 1970. (former school activities) Swim Team 1-3; Rythmettes 4; 
Swim Leaders 1-4; Homeroom Vice-Pres. 3, 4 (Pres.); Honor Society 4; Jr. /Sr. 
Sportsnight 3; T.R. Carnival 3- 




likes Rick, Stop & Shop 
school . . . ambition: to 
"Really? Are you kidding?' 
Cinema Sam's class. 



ROBERTA HOWE 

"Roberta" 

weekends, summer . . . dislikes school, school, and 
be an airline stewardess . . . usually heard saying 
noted for not thinking . . . remembers most 



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BRIAN LOUIS JAMES 

"Brian" 

likes double studies, long weekends, Chinese food . . . dislikes "Is that Jame 
Brian or Brian James?", tardy bell, school in general . . . ambition: to become 
professional, to collect money from Fleo . . . usually says "OK, where' s th 
Italian?" . . . noted for big blue Ford, trumpet, shoe-shine jokes . . . remember 
most Frad's Gulf, no school signal, X-period practices. 
Band 1-4; Mechanical Drawing 1-4. 



ELLEN ANNETTE HOFFMAN 
"El- 
likes Joe Cocher, drummers, Led Zepplin's charisma . . . dislikes waiting for 
anything, being hassled, the pressure points, cars without ■ radios ... ambition: 
to fly ... usually says "Vih or vicious" . . . noted for being sarcastic ... re- 
members most trip to Innsbruck, 5 Corners, a Chelsea morning. 
Basketball 1-4; Softball 1; Field Hockey 1; Tennis 2; Rousers 1, 2; Drama Club 
1; Powderpuff 3, 4. 





ELIZABETH STADIE HOOPES 

"Lisa" 

likes fantasy, Cambridge Common, BCN, hard rock, sharp people, "comic in 
general" . . . dislikes boredom, people telling me what & what not to do ... 
ambition: to hear Mr. Collins sing "I wish I was a gingerbread boy" . . . usually 
singing, "And it's one, two, three, what are we fightin' for ..." ... remembers 
most Andover. 

AFS Club 2, 3 (v.p.), 4 (Pres.); Drama Club 3, 4; Rousers 2, 3; Troll 3, 4 
(Prose Ed.); Photo Club 3, 4; Art Club 3; Powderpuff 3. 



ELIZABETH LOUISE KEEFE 

"Betsy" 

likes J.K., The Prophet, Rod McKuen, cheese, people, smiles, N.Z. . . . dislikes 
surprise parties, The Impossible, indifference . . . ambition: to grow "firmer, 
simpler, quieter, warmer" . . . usually says "Quite good" "Don't we?" . . . 
noted for tan, apple dress . . . remembers most falling out of a cherry tree, 
China Town at night, Bagpipes in Wandi. 

AFS Club 1-4; Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 2, 4; Field Hockey 1-3; Rousers 1-3; 
Modern Dance 2; Powderpuff 3; AFSer to New Zealand 1969-70. 




DENNIS MICHAEL KAY 

"Den" 

likes February snow storms, parties with 24, Porsches, hunting . . . dislikes 
slingshots, establishment, the Monkees, duds . . . ambition: to make it without 
losing anything ... usually heard saying "Box of Chocolates!" ... noted for 
driving with the top down, backing into things . . . remembers most the Ledge- 
wood Mob, The Torture Box, The Lodge, Big Al's. 




CHRISTOPHER HORILAND KETCHAM 

"Chris" 

likes Irving Van Schwartz III, Elmira Zighpramp 
tests, S.M., being left all 007 gags . . . ambition is to 
effort as possible . . . noted for riding around with D.R. 
remembers Gerard and Tweedie fighting, the painter's falling off the scaffold- 
ing. 

Band 1-4; Dance Band 1, 2, 4; Current Events 1, 2, 4; Drama Club 4. 



dislikes Mr. Walsh's 
get far with as little 
bead? and Tubes . . . 





RICHARD SCOTT KILEY 
"Kiley" 

likes four way flashers, football games, marshalling, A.V., •money . . , 
likes S.M. Marshfield, hippies, Tweety . . . ambition: to be a DJ . . . 
ally heard saying "Get against the wall !" ... noted for talking, expert 
ing, ranking, sarcasm . . . remembers Thayer after prom party, a certain 
tree, trips to Hanover, summer '68. 

A.V. 3, 4; Language Lab 3; Marshal 4; Basketball (mgr.) 1-4; Stage 
4; Debating 2, 3; Drama Club 4; Activities Committee 4. 



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PETER LYNCH LANEY 
"Lane" 

likes skiing, Dana, BMW, lobster and steak, cole slaw . . . dislikes double 
sessions, brussel sprouts, cabbage, mowing lawns . . . ambition is to be an 
architect . . . usually says "I hate football." 
Football 1, 4; Basketball 1^4; Tennis 1-4. 



LAUREL MAE LAIDLAW 
"Laurella" 

likes aquarius, art, meteor showers, food . . . dislikes cliques, math, ignor- 
ance ... ambition: Elysian Fields with me tay ... usually says mostly words, 
"I forgot it." noted for clumsiness, gray hair . . . remembers white VW, 
Dec. 24, 1968, dkshaunary, geometry, art room, English classes. 
Art Club 1, 2; Troll 2-4 (Art Ed ); Photo Club 3, 4; High Times 1, 2. 



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DEBORAH ANNE KNOWLES 
"Debbie" 

likes Sandy Beach, sun, skiing, sad movies . . . dislikes carrots, prejudice of 
any kind, R.H., silence . . . ambition is to succeed without working ... re- 
members summer of '68, 2 a.m., C.B.'s party, weeks with D.P., advice from 
Dave. 

Cheerleading 1, 2 (capt.) 3 (co-capt.); AFS 2; Rousers 1-4; Marshal 3, 4; 
Activities Committee 3, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 




WILLIAM LEE KLEINZ III 

"Leo" 

likes nothing except school . . . dislikes fast drivers, irresponsible kids, etc. 
. . . ambition: to ruin civilization . . . usually says "Would it be at all pos- 
sible for me to come in for extra help, teacher?" . . . noted for scholastic 
achievement . . . remembers the tremendous excitement and satisfaction in- 
volved in learning. 





FRANK ALBERT LIBBY JR. 
"Frank" 

likes Vicks Cough Drops, hockey games, raving in "5112," winning . . . dis- 
likes knees, crutches and stairs, watching . . . ambition is to understand a 
joke the first time . . '. usually says "Oh, now I get it, I think" . . . noted 
for Punt sitting next to me in math . . . remembers Lester and playing cards 
in the Lingo Lab, the F.F., a Wellesley Hills golf course. 

Class Vice-President 2; Class President 3, 4; Student Council 2-4; Marshal 2-4; 
Football 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Track 1-4; Boys' State 3; Language Lab 3. 





RICHARD GANTEAUME LITTLEHALE 

"Richie" 

likes fast cars, fast motorcycles, certain Winsor girls, parties at Crosby's . . . 
dislikes conservative people, people who play games . . . ambition is to play 
a concert for 40,000 people on the piano . . . usually head saying "Hey, 
Michael, can you get a car for the yearbook meeting tonight? ... noted for 
eyes ... remembers most June 13, 1969 at 7:40 a.m. on Beacon St. with Lee 
Kleinz. 



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LINDA JENE MACKLIN 
"Linda" 

likes Tammalane, Baklava, Israel, wild cats, theater, dawn, creating, Belafonte, 

Dylan, Thomas, Saki, skiing, hockey ambition: suicide through cy- 

clamate poisoning . . . remembers most the upside-down face. 

Drama Club 1, 2 (treas.), 3 (v.p.), 4 (pres.); Art Club 1-3; Class Secretary 

1-4; Powderpuff 3, 4; Assistant Freshman Ice Hockey Coach 3; Yearbook 4. 



SUSAN ANN LUCKEY 
"Lusan" 

likes skiing, travel, peanut-butter-and-jellying at rest areas or backstage . . . 
dislikes frustration . . . usually heard raving about skiing . . . noted for 
laughing . . . remembers most Stowe, Ides of March 1968, Oct. 25, the Glas- 
tonbury gang, a certain Roman, Nov. 25, a self-realization. 
Student Council 2, 3, 4 (sec); NHS 3, 4 (pres.); AFS Finalist 1968; AFS 
1, 2 (sec), 3 (treas.), 4 (v.p.); Rousers 1 (treas.), 2; Drama Club 1, 2, 
4; French Club 2, 3; High Times 2, 3; Chorus 2-4; Glee Club 3; Chorale 4; 
Troll 3; Class Vice-President 3; Cheerleading 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 4; 
Basketball 1; Softball 1; Tennis 2-4; Powderpuff 3, 4; Marshal 4; Yearbook 4. 



MARK TAFT MAHONEY 

"Mone" 

likes yes . . . dislikes those six inches taller . . . ambition: to be a professional, 
to own a harem . . . usually heard saying "I've got a ruler, the day is cold, 
but I am bold" and other nonsene . . . noted for black gloves, jacket . . . 
remembers most that first time. 

Troll 1-4; Football 1, 2; Band 1-4; Folk Music Club 4; Yearbook 4. 





CHARLES ANTHONY MARKS JR. 

"Chicky" 

likes girls, working at Stop & Shop, going to Boston every weekend . . . dis- 1 
likes homework, snobby people, crowded gym classes . . . ambition is gradu-| 
ating from a maritime academy . . . usually says "Aw-w, come on, ya gotta) 
be kidding" . . . noted for Black Falcon, getting lost . . . remembers most! 
summer 1969- 

Spanish Club 4; Hockey Manager 2. 




DALE MARIE MAGLIOZZI 

"Dale" 

likes P.B., Mustangs, tan VWs, snow . . . dislikes ravers, rainy weekends, snobs, 
grouchy people, spiders . . . ambition: to become an airline stewardess . . . 
usually says "Oh, Wow!" "Aw, neat!" . . . noted for being the new blonde in 
school . . . remembers most Senior Beach Party, crowded cars, Sept. 14th & 20th, 
1969. 

Transfer Student 1969- 





MICHAEL JOSEPH MA HER 

"Mike" 

likes Lokie's, money, looking, winning . . . dislikes hippies, hard work, school 
lunches . . . ambition: to do as little as possible . . . usually says almost any- 
thing . . . noted for fooling around with Sarah S. . . . remembers most Almeida's 
Army, double sessions Mr. Almeida. 

Baseball 1-4; Football 1, 2, 4; Marshal 3, 4; Student Activities Bureau 3, 4; 
Drama Club 4. 



KIMBERLY ROBIN MARTIN 

"Kim" 

likes Benji, motorcycles, yellow VWs, hockey (B. Orr), the water, fall, windy 
days ... dislikes "actinj^ike a young lady!", a tree past Cunningham Bridge, 
milk, the i.e. . . . ambition: to be young forever . . . usually heard saying "I 
didn't say anything" ... noted for legs! ... remembers most Benji, Feb. 8, 
1969 and Whitehead. 

Field Hockey 1-4 (capt.); Basketball 1-4; Art Club 3; Powderpuff 3, 4. 



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SUZANNE LEE MARSH 

"Sootie" 

likes wavy hair, skiing, Colgate boys . . . dislikes anything fattening, unsoul 
people . . . ambition: to own a 66 ft. cabin cruiser . . . usually says "Good God!" 
. . . noted for sewing, green eyelashes, laughing . . . remembers most trip to 
Austria, Manfred. 

Glee Club 1, 2; Chorus 3, 4; Modern Dance 1, 2; Cheerleading 1; Rousers 1, 4; 
Activities Committee 3, 4; Marshal 4; Yearbook 4; Powderpuff 3, 4; Troll 3; 
Field Hockey 2-4. 



likes Sam's parties, 



DAVID. JAMES McKINNELL Jr. 

"Jim" 

skiing, Maine, girls . . . dislikes 



says "Who cares?" 



ambition is not to leave something to the last minute 



cops, Cohasset golf 



remembers most Jocko's raves, senior outings. 



usually 



Baseball 2, 4; Debating 1-4. 





SALLY ANN McKINNON 

"Sam" 

likes sailing, Volvo's, cats, K.T. . . . dislikes school lunches, Mr. Sheehan's 
special reports, wearing glasses . . . ambition: to be a nurse . . . usually says 
"Oh, really?" ... noted for absent-midnesness ... remembers most football 
games, study hall, romping through the swamp. 

Field Hockey 1; Library Club 1-3; Rousers 3, 4; Powderpuff 3; Tennis 2-4; 
AFS 4. 




FRANCIS XAVIER NORRIS 
"Frank" 

likes himself, Duffy Square, "friendly senior gatherings" ... dislikes any- 
thing to do with school . . . ambition is to be a nuclear scientist or a cab 

dnver( ?) 



NATHANIEL H W MURRAY 

"Nate" 

likes M.W., drums, spaghetti with "cheese," Buddy Rich, "Exit" signs 
dislikes any kind of math, short assemblies . . . ambition: to drive a VW 
microbus (sans muffler) down the aisle in an assembly while Mr. McCallum 
is speaking . . . usually says too much . . . noted for carrying drumsticks con- 
stantly, Curtis Compact . . . remembers most Uncle Harry and the band, M.W., 
Brewster Road Parties, the EE. 

Band 1-4; Drama Club 2-4; Stage Band 1-4; Chorus 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2; 
Hockey I; Football (mgr.) 1-3; Senior Class Play 1967. 






SUSAN ANNE MITCHELL 

"Sam" 

likes parties, fun, snow, NSH, beach . . . dislikes phonies, tests, cars without 
radios, H.C.'s moods . . . ambition: to enjoy life and try to make other people's 
lives happy . . . usually says "Hi there, Werd" . . . noted for smiling, being 
one of the new blondes . . . remembers most first period study, senior outing at 
Old Silver Beach. 
Transfer student 1969. 



GEORGE WILLIAM McLAUGHLIN 

"Bill- 
likes sailing, the older sister, summer, Y.C. . . . dislikes following school rules, 
the bell system, French . . . ambition: to marry a good-looking heiress and never 
have to work . . . usually says "strange or sad" . . . noted for success in French 
. . . remembers most once every two weeks. 

Basketball 1-4; Football 1; Tennis 3, 4; Student Council 1-3; Class President 1; 
Language Lab 3. 



CATHERINE THERESE OLIVER 
"Taffy" 

likes G.W., doing things with Julie, Alice, Jackie, Brenda, and Terri, being 
with Wiffa . . . dislikes snobs, people's taking advantage of others . . . ambi- 
tion: to live in a world of peace and serenity . . . usually says "It's so fine!" . . . 
noted for being with the Hull crowd . . . remembers most my Hull friends, an 
unreal Sat. night with Frankie, Alice and Jay, having a true friend and neighbor 
like Sandra. 

Mixed Chorus 1-4; Glee Club 2, 3; Rousers 1; Activities Committee 3, 4. 





ELIZABETH MARY O'NEIL 

"Betsy" 

likes summer days, swimming, six-feet tall blonde boys, Mattapoisett, the Surf, 
Saturdays . . . dislikes being tired, winter days, getting up early in the morning 
. . . ambition: to lead a happy and purposeful life . . . usually says "Let's get 
going" . . . usually seen with Molly, Sue, Sandra, and Marilyn . . . remembers 
most summers at Mattapoisett, working at St. Coletta's, times I've had with Molly. 
High Times 3; Rousers 1, 2; Chorus 3. 4; Powder puff 3, 4; Field Hockey 3; 
AFS 2-4; Troll 3; Activities Committee 3. 

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THOMAS MICHAEL PATROLIA 

"Tommy" 

likes hamburgers, girls with long hair, red hair, finding out, Pat Paulsen dis- 
likes hippies, hot dogs, first impressions . . . ambition is to seek the farthest 
reaches of the universe with as little effort as possible . . . usually heard sayine 
nothing twice . . . noted for height, red hair, sober expressions . . . remembers 
most two strenuous years of English with Mr. Collins. 

Troll 3, 4; Football 2; Track 2, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; A.V 3 4- Band 1-4- 
Language Lab 3. ' ' 



LYNNE ELIZABETH PAPE 

"Lynne" 

likes Lake Sunapee, picnics in the car, whoopie pies, Vermont . . . dislikes 
mashed potatoes, college boards, name pronounced wrong . . . ambition is to 
finish four years of college . . . usually says "I cant" . . . noted for small 
feet, shortness, hair ribbons . . . remembers most Chemistry labs, Mt. Snow, 
auditorium studies. 

French Club 4; Rousers 4; Future Teachers 1; Activities Committee 3, 4. 




DANA GRACE PRESCOTT 
"Dana" 

likes surprises, DK & PL, Christmas time, Geminis . . . dislikes nightmares, 
Ralphie, venison, getting sick . . . ambition: to sit through one sad movie 
without crying . . . remembers most variety show, living with Debbie, learning 
how to ski, decorating for dances with Sheila. 

Cheerleading 1-3; Modern Dance 2; AFS 1-4; Art Club 2, 3; Troll 3, 4; 
Rousers 1-3 (sec.-treas.), 4 (pres.); Powderpuff 3; Future Teachers 1, 2; 
Homecoming Queen 4. 





DREW QUIGLEY 

"Quig" 

likes Porsches, most sports, Lokie's pizza . . . dislikes ravers, lushes, physics 
hippies . . . ambition: to fly for the U.S. Air Force, play pro football . . . 
usually says "Give me a break. What's the story?" ... noted for place kick- 
ing . . remembers most field goal against Norwell 1967, car accident with 
S.S. and P.B. 

Band 1, 2; Football 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Track 1-4; Marshal 3, 4. 



PETER ERNEST PERRONCELLO 

"Weasel" 

likes Lokie's Pizza, football victories, yelling foreefolly to the junior high . . . 
dislikes Hingham police, getting beaten in football, marshalling first lunch . . . 
ambition: to own a Lamborghini GT . . . usually says "Good! Someday ..." ... 
noted for imitating Trayer's speeding, a '61 Porkwood . . . remembers most 
Almeida's Army, beating Westies, "Beamlock" by Buckley, Old Silver Beach 
Party. 

Eootball 1-4; Track 1-4; Basketball 2; A.V. 2-4; Stage Crew 3, 4; Marshal 3, 4. 





MARILYN MARGARET PRATT 

"Apples" 

likes VW'S, my army jacket, WBCN, Cambridge Common, Young Life, astrology 

dislikes bus trips, fascists, Mr. Collins' blue book tests . . . ambition: to 

hear Mr. Collins sing "I wish I was a gingerbread boy." . . . usually says "Yup, 
yup . . . noted for braids . . . remembers the tent, the witches, Mickey Mouse 
problems, the Dicshaumry. 

Troll 3, 4; French Club 2, 3 (sec.), 4 (sec.-treas.) ; Rousers 2-4; AFS 2, 3; High 
Times 1, 2; Drama Club 1; Powderpuff 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 4. 



JULES DOUGLAS REESE 
"Julio" 

likes girls. Stop & Shop parties, 390 Merc's . . . dislikes waiting for Sam's car 
to start, SDS, crutches . . . ambition: to drive at Monte Carlo . . . usually says 
"Give me . . . noted for going to New York, raving, cigars . . . remembers most 
Robie on the roof, Jim in the sewer, a nose full of nickels. 
Hockey 1, 2; Spanish Club 4 (pres.). 




CAROLYN ELISABETH RAY 

"Lynn" 

likes T.P.M., rainy mornings, Maine, scrapbooks . . . dislikes physics, basketball, 
dirty snow . . . ambition: to help the underprivileged, see the world . . . usually 
says "Forget it! Really?!" ... noted for red feet, being short and quiet ... 
remembers most July 22, 1968, the "Shade," Alexander's, Hanson. 
Rousers 1, 2, 4; Future Teachers 1, 2; Drama Club 1; Powderpuff 3. 



VINCENT RIZZO 
"Vince" 

likes enjoying things . . . dislikes Haverill, intellectuals, Messiahs, fanatics . . . 
ambition: to see the world . . . usually heard saying "You Fascist" . . . noted 
for the above . . . remembers most tomorrow. 
Transfer student 1968; Troll 3, 4; Drama Club 4. 




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LESLIE LOREN RUSSELL 

"Les" 

likes red licorice, people with self-confidence, VW's . . . dislikes being called 
"Roach," the three G's, blushing . . . ambition: to remain single till I'm 25 . . . 
usually says "Get out of here!" ... noted for elbow action ... remembers 
most Five Corners, Barney St. Bernard, Oct. 25, 1969. 

Drama Club 1-3; French Club 2, 3; High Times 3; Activities Committee 3, 4; 
Powderpuff 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 



MARK CONVERSE SISSON 
"Mark" 

likes short girls, long hair, D.S. . . . dislikes tall girls, short hair on girls . . . 
ambition: to succeed . . . usually heard saying "How Bad; where's Donna?" 
. . . noted for being in the wrong places at the right time, speeding in Hing- 
ham . . . remembers most the "old falc". 
Football 3; Track 3. 



JACK PAUL SILVIA 

"Jack- 
likes cars, summer vacation, girls, sleeping late on school days, motorcycles . . . 
dislikes school, having friends in the service, being told what to do ... ambi- 
tion: to be a millionaire before age 25 ... usually says "Ya, I know it" 
. . . noted for sleeping in class . . . remembers most going to the sub shop, 
eleventh grade homeroom. 




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JOYCE SALYARDS 

"Sal" 

likes fast cars, Larks, Fridays, Bill's "62" Ford, Christmas Eve '67 & '68 ... 
dislikes Monday mornings, jello, being home early . . . ambition: to graduate, 
see Hazel & Bro get married ... usually says "Is that right!" . .. noted for 
hanging around with underclassmen . . . remembers most leaving girls' room. 



GLENN STEPHEN SALVADOR 

"Glenn" 

likes Debbie . . . dislikes being referred to as the school's perfect student . . . 
ambition: to live in a house with a white picket fence and birds singing 
usually heard saying "I'm going down Debbie's." "No Ed." . . . noted for 
raving, consistent studying . . . remembers most "Pages," Pancake House, gym 
ceiling. 





MICHAEL JOHN SMITH 

"Romeo" 

likes days spent with Leslie, rainy nights, deserted beaches, long walks . . . dis- 
likes closed-minded people, cruelty, being without Leslie, my reputation . . . 
ambition: to do something right for a change . . . usually says "Who's the 
roach with now?" . . . noted for always having a "pretty good" excuse . . . 
remembers most Oct. 3, 1969- 

Hockey 1-4; Football 1, 2; Chorus 1-4; Activities Committee 4; SEMSBA 1, 2; 
Rousers 3, 4; Soccer 4. 




ROGER ALLEN SMITH 
"Dr. Wang" 

likes money, food, peace . . . dislikes homework, school, schedule . . . ambition: 
to become a success . . . noted for not doing homework . . . remembers most 
Mr. Di's math classes. 

Cross Country 1-4 (mgr.); JCL 2; AV 2-4; Debating 3. 4; Baseball 3 (mgr.); 
Chess Club 4; Current Events Club 3. 4. 



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LOUIS DOMINIC SORRENTINO JR. 

"Lou" 

likes life up-country, hotels and motels, Dewey Square, The Gulch . . . dislikes 
school vacations, days off, Sunday nights . . . ambition: to own the Statler 
Hilon . . . usually says "Jocko here today?" . . . noted for Bureaucratic jargon 
. . . remembers most Mr. MacDonald's social dynamics classes, making the 
honor roll. 

Football 1-3; Track 1-4; Spanish Club 2, 4; A.V. 1-3. 



. dislikes competition . . . 
usually says "you know." 
remembers most 18th of 



CHRISTINE DORITA SMULLEN 

"Chris" 

likes home, music, Mr. Mac, the New State Park 
ambition: to become a social worker (and mother) 
. . . noted for knitting or hiccupping in class . 
October and February, 5 Corners. 

Band 1-4; Rousers 1; Powderpuff 3, 4; Basketball 2; Drama Club 3, 4; Chorus 
4; Dance Band 1, 4; Yearbook 4. 



SANDRA LEE SPINZOLA 

"Sandy" 

likes vanilla cokes and french fries, Red Sox games, stick shifts, ice cubes ... 
dislikes wearing glasses, cliches, ravers . . . ambition: to see a rainbow . . . 
usually says "Are you kidding me?" ... noted for pink, yellow, white and 
green orth. elastics, cold hands . . . remembers most Music Circus, 6.02 X 10.23 
anything equals 1 mole, 88, L.S. Concerts, summer '68, Hawk. 
French Club 2-4; Troll 3, 4; AFS 2, 3; Rousers 2; NHS 2, 4; High Times 1, 
2; Basketball 3; Powderpuff 4; Chorus 1-4. 





ROGER PAUL STAUSS 
"Roger" 

likes orange juice, the second-hand ... dislikes cotton mouth, shingles ...I 
ambition: to reach unknown heights and obtain unobtainable goals . . . usually! 
heard saying things more than once . . . noted for being home on time foil 
dinner . . . remembers most Happy's A.V. and The Distinguished Father. 
Drama Club 3, 4; A.V. 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Language Lab 3; Track 1, 2. 



CHARLES EDWARD SPALT 

"Chucky" 

ikes big bikes, campers, Donna, Frank Zappa and Captain Beef Heart . . . dis- 
ikes fakes, motor scooters, last summer . . . ambition: to travel cross-country 
n my chopper . . . noted for running out of gas, being late . . . remembers 
ost the cemetery. 





KAREN ANNE SPALT 
"Tufa" 

likes Buck, gardens, the Corporation, the freaks . . . dislikes poison ivy on my 
stomach, sugar straight people, announcements . . . ambition: to go around the 
world with Kim . . . usually says "Wanna' skip today?" . . . noted for being 
disorganized and never on time . . . remembers most sunrise sessions, rolling 
through the hills of Pa., 6 a.m. 

Rousers 1; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Art Club 3; Photography Club 3, 4; Troll 4; 
Powderpuff 3, 4; Chorus 4. 



ROBERT MORSE THOMPSON JR. 
"Bob- 
likes Millmocket, snow, flying . . . dislikes first lunch, teachers who hide AV 
equipment . . . ambition: to predict the weather accurately . . . usually heard 
saying "Pick it up!" . . . noted for being stuck with both parents in the # same 
school . . . remembers most Mr. Collins. 

Current Events Club (pres.) 3, 4; AV 1-4; NHS 3, 4 (vice-pres.) ; Marshal 3, 
4 (capt.); Cross Country 1-4; Track 1-4. 



JAMES PAUL TALARICO JR. 

"Jimmy" 

likes SC., money, Brewster Road, Boston and its inhabitants . . . dislikes Italian 
Joker, "The Rebel," Nate's drumsticks, Marshals . . . ambition: to convince 
Floyd A. that the South lost the war . . . usually says "huh?" . . . noted for 
having everything repeated, my father's job . . . remembers most Hayes, S.B.M., 
Latin, Brewster Road, S.C. 
Band 1-4. 




ROBERT WILLIAM TOMPKINS 

"Bob" 

likes cars, Denise, Pancake House, Bachelor parties . . . dislikes marriage, 
school, D.G., stuck-up girls . . . ambition: to live happily ever after . . . noted 
for sleeping in class, Blue Pontiac . . . usually says "Wake me up when the 
bell rings" . . . remembers most March 14, two day weeks. 
Football 2. 





JEROME RICHARD TOSI JR. 

"Dick" 

likes skiing, Cambridge, a nice chunk of steak . . . dislikes cross country prac- 
tice, phony people . . . ambition: to become a commercial artist and travel . . . 
usually says "Ah ya — but no comment." . . . noted for being on time for abso- 
lutely nothing, camera . . . remembers most Class of '69, first drive-in movie, 1 
Park St. under, 9:59 PM. 

Cross Country 1-4; Track 1, 2; Tennis 3, 4; Photography 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2; 
AFS 3; Yearbook 4; Band 1-4; Dance Band 1-4; AFS Semi-Finalist 1969- 



JUAN ANTONIO VARELA 

"Juan" 

likes Kitty, math, soccer, HOJO's, Swedish girls, swimming . . . dislikes get 
ting up at 7:00, American football . . . ambition: to get the Nobel Prize ii 
medicine . . . usually says "Cut it out." "Oh, no, not really, but perhaps." 
noted for going out with: lots of girls . . . remembers most Spain, Hofstra Ui 
Soccer 4; Tennis 4; Spanish Club 4. AFS Exchange Student from Spain 1969-7C 



ELIZABETH TURNER 

"Liz" 

likes Nantucket, maple walnut ice cream, people, Trident, to be alone sometimes 
. . . dislikes people who don't care, saying good-bye . . . ambition: to keep life 
at a standstill . . . usually says "Are you serious?" "Four day week" . . . noted 
for driving one Mustang or the other one . . . remembers most all night parties, 
HOJO's, a new way of living. 

Future Teachers 1, 2; Drama Club 2, 3; Chorus 2; French Club 2-4; Powder- 
puff 3, 4; High Times 3; Rousers 1; Troll 2; Activities Committee 3. 

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EDMUND BRIAN TRAYERS 
"Eddie- 
likes vacations, weekends . . . dislikes double sessions, school . . . ambition: to 
paint for Norm Swain . . . usually heard saying "Pick me up for school, Glenn." 
. . . noted for strut . . . remembers most Pancack House, double sessions. 
Football 1-4; Track 2, 4. 



LANGDON CLARKE TOUSLEY 

"Lang" 

ikes Turkeys, Captain Beefheart, windy fall days, sad harmonica music, cats, 
hurch music, oceans . . . dislikes The Checkered Demon, cars, riding in cars 
. . . ambition: to smuggle hot water bottles across the Atlantic by balloon . . . 
lsually says "Turkey Time!" . . . noted for being in the wrong place at the 
ight time . . . remembers most a day at the Bunkers, 
frol! 1-4; Basketball 1; Photography 3; Folk Music Club 4. 



SARAH- JANE WETZLER 
"Sally- 
ikes horses, drama class, SSLC during X, walking on the beach during a storm 
dislikes hospitals, crutches, lockers that lock, slanted desks . . . ambition: 
o go an entire year without getting hurt . . . usually says "Where's Linda?" 
. . noted for always being hurt, short hair . . . remembers most Janggi, Fal- 
nouth horse show, fall of '68, scholastic creative writing contest. 

Drama Club 1-3, 4 (sec.-treas.) ; Art Club 1-3; AFS 1-3; Softball 1-4; Field 
-Jockey 1; Basketball 1; Rousers 1, 2; Powderpuff 4; Activities Committee 1-4. 





SCOTT ROBERT WILLIAMS 

"Scotch" 

likes after basketball games, summer nights, poker games . . . dislikes nosey 
people, Monday morning gym, crowded beaches, traffic jams, the stone wall at 
the end of Forest Ave. . . . ambition: not to put things off ... usually says 
"Right!" . . . noted for car accident, the Rouser . . . remembers most Field and 
the superbug, Lingo Lab, Beating Norwell in '68. 

Basketball 1-4; Spanish Club 4; AV 4; Marshal 4; Band 1; Language Lab 3. 



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VICTORIA FITZGERALD W ATKINS 

"Viki" 

likes Niki, horoscopes, French accents, baggy sweaters, Jade East, yellow noses 
... dislikes "Wonder" bread, Monday mornings, revolving doors, diets 
ambition: to visit Dracula's castle, have hair all one length . . . noted for be- 
ing gullible . . . usually says "What did I do now?" . . . remembers most 

"Green Slime," Nov. 29, being caught by Mr. C. 

Cheerleading 1; Marshal 4; Modern Dance 3; Chorus 3, 4; Activities Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 



CATHERINE ANN WALSH 

"Cathy" 

likes frogs, sailing, SUNY, Rod McKuen, Orpheus . . . dislikes "Woolwich 
spiders," small town gossip . . . ambition: to live in a castle with a frog . . . 
usually says "Are you kidding me?" ... noted for rubbing my nose and 
sneezing . . . remembers most Black Rock House, HO*JO's summer '66, the 
Plaza, April 24, the Cape, Donna's party, sunrise breakfasts. 
Glee Club 3; Chorus 4; Powderpuff 3; Troll 2; Activities Committee 4; 
Softball 4. 




KENNETH JAMES WINSTON 
"Ken" 

usually heard mumbling differential equations . . . noted 
championship . . . remembers most Louis DeAngelis. 
Cross Country 1-4; Track 2-4; NSH 3, 4; Debating 1-4; 
Lab 3, 4; Basketball 1; Chess Club 4. 



for junior high chess 
A.V. 3, 4; Language 





SARAH ANN YOUNG 
"Sally" 

likes the boy "almost" next door, Sinatra, deserted beaches, tea ... dislikes 
waiting, broken wrist at Prom '68 .... ambition: to own my own beach . . . 
usually heard saying "Hey, Viki! only .... more days!" . . . noted for mem- 
orizing' license plates . . . remembers most Labor Day Weekend '69; that little 
Michigan town and J.C.; BMG-433; car horn in Evanston at 2 a.m. 
AFS 1-4; AFS Semi-finalist 1968; Rousers 1-4; Cheerleading 1-3; Chorus 1-3; 
Powderpuff 3, 4. 




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INTERNATIONAL 
STAR YOUTH 
EXCHANGE 
STUDENTS 

from Chile 



Elena Cabezon 



Ximena Alvarado 



SENIOR 
CLASS 
OFFICERS 



Linda Macklin, secretary 
Joe Hagan, vice-president 
Frank Libby, president 
Jeanne Anderson, treasurer 




SENIOR 
CLASS 
ADVISORS 



Mr. Erbe 
Miss Nelson 
Mr. Davis 



SENIOR 
AWARDS 



KENNETH WINSTON 
Harvard Book Award 
Bausch and Lomb Award 
Rensselaer Math-Science Award 
National Merit Semi-Finalist 



MARIBETH AHEARN 

Girls' State 
D.A.R. Representative 



FRANK LIBBY 

Boys' State 




JEANNE ANDERSON, Rotary Field Hockey 
Award 



PAUL BACCARI, Rotary Football Award 



AWARDED NATIONAL MERIT LETTERS OF COMMENDATION: M. Pratt, S. Luckey, L. Bloomfield, 
T. Grisdale, R. Kiley, B. McLaughlin (seated). 




ROBERT THOMPSON 
Tufts Book Award 



R. TODD GRISDALE 
Student Government Representative 



DONE MOST FOR CHS 
Sue Luckey, Claus Guggenberger 




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PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Lester Allen 

Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Allen 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Domenic Baccari 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barrie 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bartlett 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bilodeau 

Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Bloomfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Buckley 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Butman 

Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell 

Mr. and Mrs. John Chase 

Mr. and Mrs. James Cifrino 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Connors 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Cotter 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Delaney 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Devin 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Emmerich 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Fiori Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Radu Florescu 

Mr. and Mrs. Amos Gile 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Goodwin 

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Grinned 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Graylcen 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Guilfoyle 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Haberstroh 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hall 

Mrs. Elizabeth G. Hagan 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Healy Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Henderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Hernan 

Mr. and Mrs. George Herzog 

Mr. and Mrs. Earle Higgins 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Hoffman 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hoopes Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Howe 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman F. James 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Burlc Ketcham 

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Kleinz Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. David W. Knowles 

Mrs. Shirley A. Laidlaw 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Laney 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Libby 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Littlehale 
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Luckey 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore O. Macklin 
Mrs. John Maher 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taft Mahoney 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Marks 

Mr. and Mrs. Dudley S. Marsh 

Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Martin 

Dr. and Mrs. Frederic W. McKinnon 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. McLaughlin 

Mrs. Laura T. Mitchell 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Murray 

Mrs. Elizabeth O'Neil 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pape 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Patrolia 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Perroncello 

Mrs. Nelson Pratt 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Prescott 

Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Quigley 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Ray Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Carter F. Raymond 

Mr. and Mrs. Julius H. Reese 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ricketts 

Mr. Alfred J. Rizzo 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Russell 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Salvador Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James Salyards 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Sisson 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Smith 

Mrs. Robert Smullen 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis D. Sorrentino 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Spalt 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Stauss 

Mr. and Mrs. James Talarico 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Tousley 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Trayers 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Walsh 

Mr. and Mrs. George H. Woodward 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Wetzler 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Young 



MEDICAL PROFESSION 



Albert H. Cline, M.D. Robert J. Riley, D.M.D. 

Francis X. Mahoney, D.D.S. Roger A. Pompeo, M.D. 

William G. Matteson, D.M.D. Robert T. Sceery, M.D. 

Richard D. Monsees, M.D. Robert S. Schwab, M.D. 

James E. Moriarty, M.D. Richard B. Singer, M.D. 

Frederick F. O'Brien, M.D. Richard R. Smith, M.D. 

C. David Thompson, O.D. 



LEGAL PROFESSION 

Roger B. Coulter Daniel F. Featherson, Jr. 

William D. Grosby William J. Fitzgerald 

James R. DeGiacomo Richard D. Leggat 

Louis F. Eaton, Jr. John P. Grayken 

John F. Elliott David E. Place 

Richard A. Sullivan 



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PASTENE 

SINCE 1874 



Importers and Distributors of 
Fine Foods, Wines, and Spirits 



BOSTON— NEW YORK— MONTREAL 




Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 70 



Complete Medicare Service — Sales, Rentals, Hospital 

Beds and Wheel Chairs 
Surgical Supplies — Wholesale and Retail 
Public Health Station 
Blue Cross — Blue Shield 
Medex III and Medicare Prescription Billing Service 
Micronaire Sales and Rentals 
Devilbiss Humidifiers and Vaporizers 
Polaroid — Water Pik — Saunda — Broxodent 
Prestige Cosmetics — Exquisite Toiletries 
IN COHASSET VILLAGE 



IN MEMORY OF 

P.F.C CRAIG MICHEAL SIMEONE 



LOKIE'S 

235 Hull St., West Corner 

Italian Food at Its Best! 
Pizza Our Specialty! 

Ask for "Lokie" 

EV 3-961 1 EV 3-0544 



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Margie 



BILL'S BARBER SHOP 

241 A Hull St., West Corner 
OPEN 

8:00 A.M.- 6:00 P.M. Tues.-Sat. 
Tel. 383-0782 



If You're Hungry Come to: 

MAMA LA ROSA 
PIZZA and SUB SHOP 

64 South Main St. 
383-9700 



Compliments 
of 



SEA TOWN 
NEWS 

Exclusive Dealer of 



HINGHAM— COHASSET 
HULL 



JIMMY'S 



AT WEST CORNER 



Compliments of 

COHASSET VILLAGE 
BOOKSHOP 

383-0024 



NELSON 
MUSIC SHOP 

IN THE VILLAGE 
Records, Music, Lessons 



Compliments of 

CENTRAL MARKET 

Cohasset Center 



107 Ripley Road 383-9685 

BAILEY'S DELICATESSEN 

SERVING BREAKFAST AND LUNCH 



Ice Cream Fountain Service 




Packaged Beer and Wine 



BILL'S CITGO 
SERVICE STATION 



Cohasset, Mass. 
Depot Court Route 3A 



EV 3-0606 EV 3-9684 



BILL POLAND 



Lubrication 
General Repairs 
Wheel Alignment 



Ice 

Balancing 
Citgo Products 




DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES 



HANDCRAFTED JEWELRY 


r 


GOURMET COOKWARE 




BRIDAL REGISTRY 


1 


WEEDING INV TATIONS 


1 


PERSONALIZED STATIONERY 


1 


IMPORTED GREETING CARDS 





HOME SHOPPING SERVICE 



COHASSET VILLAGE, MASSACHUSETTS 02025. 617-383 0729 




ABBADESSA'S 
RESTAURANT 

258 Hull Street 
749-9829 



GRADUATION— WATCHES 



D. S. CAMPBELL 

Jeweler 



50 South Main Street 
Cohasset, Mass. 



383-0731 



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MONA FRIEL 



Hair Stylist 



Five Stage Coach Way 



Cohasset, Mass. 
383-1490 



COHASSET 
NEWS STORE 



Hallmark Cards and 
Stationery 

I Stagecoach Way 




MOBIL 749-9730 

ABBADESSA'S 
SERVICE STATION 

RICHARD ABBADESSA 
TED ABBADESSA 



Route 228 and Rockland St. 
Hingham, Mass. 



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JBitltp ^rntth 1th 



j Sillily 
I £1111111 



Ei llli 





383-1451 
383-9242 

NO. EIGHT DEPOT COURT 
IN THE VILLAGE 



quality and service 



Our goals are simple — 



Whether your interest 

is in the line of golf, tennis or ski equipment, or clothing, or perhaps 
you are a collector of unique objects d'art to enhance the elegance of 
your home, and express your individualism . . . your needs will be 
satisfied at Philip Smith Ltd. 

Let us show you our 

collection of fine furniture, antiques, and reproductions, or sculpture 
pieces, garden ornaments and fine oil paintings. 



" 




ANTIQUES and DECORATIONS • GIFTS • PAINTINGS • SKI, TENNIS and GOLF SHOP 



WESTERN AUTO ASSOC. 
STORE 

Cushing Plaza — Rt. 3A 
Cohasset, Mass. 

Phone 383-1428 

GEORGE W. DONAGHEY 
(owner) 



LIDO TRAVEL, INC. 

DONALD FLOCKE, President 

Cushing Plaza Route 3A 
Cohasset 

383-1980 

HOURS: 

Mon.-Sat. 9:30 A.M.-5:30 P.M. 

No Service Charge — Just Service 




Compliments of 

MACKINNON'S SHOES 

Cushing Plaza 
Tel. EVergreen 3-9469 



Diamonds 
Towle Sterling 



Movado, Bulova 
Accutron Watches 




Cushing Plaza, Cohasset 
383-1755 



COHASSET 
LUMBER COMPANY 

Cohasset, Mass. 

Lumber and Building 
Materials 
Pittsburgh Paints 
Telephone 383-0830 



D. J. BUCKLEY CO. 

Builder-Developer 

Colonial Homes 
and Choice 
Wooded Home Sites 

520 Jerusalem Road, Cohasset 



383-0294 
383-1821 



ELENA SESTITO-FLORIST 




Station St. 
Hingham, Mass. 

749-2045 



S. Main St. 
Cohasset, Mass. 

383-1966 



Viel Gliick! 



autohaus 



PORCHE 
FERRARI 
DATSUN 
ROVER 
BMW 



Bath Accessories 

Table Linen — Bed Linen 
Bedspreads — Curtains 
Custom Draperies 

THE LINEN CHEST 

Cushing Plaza, Cohasset 
383-1198 



MITCHELL'S 

Repair Shop 

Cohasset, Mass. 
Route 3A 

383-0497 




COHASSET MOTORS, INC. 



SALES 




FORD 



SERVICE 



SHOP THE BIG LOT— A- 1 USED CARS 
Route 3A 

400 Chief Justice Cushing Highway — Cohasset 
383-0450 



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Congratulations to the Leaders of the Future 
CLASS OF 1970 



HIGHWAY MOTOR SALES 



Route 3A Cohasset 
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH INTERNATIONAL 



We Produce What Others Promise 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to 

Our 1970 Graduates 



PRENTICE BROWN CHEVROLET 



Cohasset 




Route 3A 


383-9090 






Phone: 383-9088 




Compliments of 

SMITH APPLIANCE 


Cftnt/iony CPauf { 




405 Route 3A 
Cohasset 


COIFFURES 

Route 3A 
Cohasset, Mass. 

"AIR CONDITIONED" 


\ W / 


Good Luck to the 
Class of 70 




COHASSET WINTER GARDEN 




INC 




Route 3A 


Cohasset 






Compliments 

and 
Best Wishes 
to 

Our Boys and Girls 



From 




NSM NFDA MFDA 



SPARRELL 
FUNERAL HOMES, 
INC. 



LORINS L. WADSWORTH- 
WARREN A. RAND 
FUNERAL HOMES 

Central Street Norwell 
659-2200 
I Summer Street Cohasset 
383-0200 



Courtesy of 



COHASSET 
COLONIALS 



Compliments of 



EDWARD M. FLEMING 



Cohasset Village 



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FASHION FABRICS 



North Scituate Cohasset 



Compliments From 
A 

FRIEND 



JACK 
CONWAY 
Realtor 



RED LION 
INN 

71 South Main St. 
Cohasset Village 

383-1704 



Member 
American Express 
Master Charge 
Carte Blanche 



CARWOOD'S 

55 Stage Coach Way 

Theatrical Costumes 
and Leotards 



COHASSET HARDWARE CO. 
INC. 

COHASSET VILLAGE 
Free Delivery 383-0185 



150 



Compliments of 



Compliments of 

HIGGINS 

AND 
FARWELL 



Best of Luck to 
the Class of 1970 



CARL SESTITO 



Compliments 
of 



SOUTH SHORE 
PUBLICATIONS 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1970 



ELEANOR COLLINS 
and 

ASSOCIATES 

Realtor 



Compliments of 



SILVIA'S GARAGE 
and 
AUTO BODY 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1970 



SIGNORELLI'S 



Compliments of 



LEO'S 
ESSO SERVICE 



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109 RIPLEY ROAD 
(Opposite Post Office) 
IN THE VILLAGE— 
Cohasset 



Light Weight Food for Hungry Outdoorsmen 

STOW-A-WAY 
PRODUCTS CO. 

Freeze Dried and Dehydrated 
Food Specialties 
OVER 100 ITEMS 
103 Ripley Road, Cohasset 
383-9340 



NOBLE'S CAMERA 
SHOPS 



COHASSET 
HINGHAM 
WOLLASTON 



Pat's Hair Styling for Men 

hair styling — razor — regular hair cutting — 3 barbers 

PAT— TONY— JOHN 
383-9640 



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Compliments to the 
Class of 1970 

PILGRIM 
CO-OPERATIVE 
BANK 

48 South Main St. 
383-0541 

Savings and 
Home Mortgages 



SKIPI'S TEXACO 
SERVICE 
Expert on Foreign and Domestic Cars 

55 South Main St. 
Cohasset, Mass. 

383-9658 



Phone EVergreen 3-1600 

M. A. STREET 
Insurance Agency 

Route 3A Cohasset, Mass. 
LIONEL A. STREET Res. LI 5-0580 



AUTO REPAIRS 
ROAD SERVICE 




HOME HEATING OILS 
OIL BURNER SERVICE 



Compliments of 

LARAMY PRODUCTS 

Route 3A 



FURNA KLEAN 

Rt. 3A and Pond St. 
Cohasset 

383-9695 



383-1319 

HANS F. BOWKER 

• TREE REMOVAL 
• LAWN CARE 
• GENERAL TRUCKING 

73 Forest Avenue Cohasset, Mass. 02025 





TRUST COMPANY 

Visit any o( our convenient locations: ROCKLANO • COHASSET 
DUXBURY • HALIFAX • HANOVER • HANSON . HULL 
MARSHFIELO • NORWELL • PEMBROKE • PLYMOUTH 
SCITUATE • ROCKLAND PLAZA 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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ESTABLISHED 1899 Telephone 383-0316 

IRVING C. BLOSSOM & SON 

Painter and Paperhanger 

139 Border Street Cohasset 



* * OPEN EVENINGS * * 



THE 




BEAUTY SHOP 



Cushing Plaza 
Cohasset, Mass. 



EV 3-9617 



Mardln 



Route 3A 
COHASSET 

383-9030 



Best of Luck 

to the 
Class of 1970 



Best of Luck to the 
Class of 1970 

COHASSET SAVINGS 
BANK 

13 Elm Street 
Cohasset, Massachusetts 



ROCKHEAD 

109-C Ripley Road 
Lapidary — Minerals — Jewelry 



Compliments of 



A 



HOWARD _ 

JownsonS 



Self Service 

125 Nantasket Avenue 
Nantasket, Mass. 02045 
(617) 925-9876 

LOU TARANTINO 
Manager 



Telephone 383-0553 
COHASSET HARBOR 

Socony Products 

MARK'S 
SERVICE STATION 

120 Elm St. 
Road Service 

MANUEL A. MARKS 
Proprietor 



SOUTH 



16 Brook St. 
Cohasset 

383-9548 



Continuous Art Classes 
Exhibits — Lectures 

HOURS 10-12 AM 
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 

VALERIE REVER— Director 



m PETERSEN 
insurance agency 

Three Generations 

of Family Service Since 1 898 




Oldest Established 
Real Estate Office on the 
South Shore 



26 South Main Street 
Cohasset, Mass. 02025 
383-1900 

E. Lawrence Parker. Jr. 
A. Fred Petersen 
Frederic H. Wood. Jr. 
Frank J. Petition 



JEFF'S SONOCO 

3A 

Cohasset, Mass. 
383-9605 
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS 

Best Wishes 
to 

Class of 70 



COWDREY LAMPS & LAMPSHADES 

8I2 Chief Justice Highway 
COHASSET 

383- 1 770 



Compliments of 

CARL SESTITO 

383-0 1 76 



ren£ g. chiasson 

PLUMBING and HEATING 

75 Elm Street 
Cohasset, Massachusetts 

383-1041 



BERGSON'S ictciUM 




ANTHONY PAUL 
Coiffures of Distinction 

154 King Street % 
Route 3A COHASSET 



BERGSON ICE CREAM 

Ice Cream and Fine Foods 
Route 3A Cushing Plaza 
383-1942 COHASSET 



OCEANICS INC. 

6 North St. 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 

749-1763 



Air Station 
Diving Equipment 

Certified Diving Instruction 



STUART SHOE, INC. 

Complete Satisfaction Guaranteed 
Route 3A, Tedeschi Plaza 
Phone 383-9240 



Here You May Choose From a Complete Selection 
of the World's Finest Jewelry and Silverware 



AUSTIN AHEARN Tedeschi, 




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AUTOGRAPHS 



TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 

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He spins his words 

Tn*-r» r»'it-\*»r L-i*-/=>c 




i i 

And I, like the tail, 
Clin^ to them. 

But the dav is calm 
And it's time 



For him to put down 

His tovs and 
Tell me about tomorrow. 

And all the 
Tomorrows to follow 
Xo more dreams. 

Xo more promises 

I must know before 
We leave this place 

I must know today, 
This minute. 

Because tomorrow is 
The first day of 

The rest of my life. 

(ALTHOR UNKNOWN) 



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